Sunday School classes are age-graded for all age groups.
We offer the following groups for the children: • Nursery - 0-2 years • Toddler - 2-3 years • Pre-Primary - 4 - 5 years • Primary - 1st - 3rd grade • Junior - 4th - 6th grade • Youth Group -- Jr. - Sr. High - 7th - 12th grade • Ladies’ Class - College age and up • Men’s Class - College age and up
There’s something here for everybody. This is Bible instruction geared for the age group. The adult classes are designed for spiritual growth.
Services last about an hour and include: • Worship In Music: Choruses • Worship In Music: Hymns • Worship In Tithes and Offerings • Message from the Bible
Children are invited to join the adults in the sanctuary for family worship. If the parents choose, ages 4 years old - 3rd grade can be dismissed for Children’s Church at the announced time. Nursery care is provided for infants to 3 years of age, if it is wanted. Children are welcome at all of our services.
Sunday Evening services are usually a bit more informal, yet just as important as the morning worship service.
Our pastor teaches from God’s Word in a series of messages based either on a book of the Bible, or on a theme found in Scripture.
What you’ll find at a Sunday PM service: • Singing of hymns and gospel songs • Testimonies of how God has blessed people through the week • Worship in Tithes and Offerings • Corporate Worship around the Bible
Regular AWANA meetings are Monday evenings at 6:30 PM. We are waiting to have enough interested young people to resume this ministry for K5 through 6th graders. Youth group would meet at that same time, grades 7-12.
Our AWANA ministry is designed to reach K5 through 6th graders.
The programs are designed specifically for that age group, along with
the Bible memorization, games, and prizes for completing goals along the
This is an informal small-group discussion style learning experience from Scripture on a certain theme. All are invited to participate, or to feel free just to listen. It is followed by a time of prayer in small groups for prayer requests that are shared before going to prayer. The service ends with a chorus.
When held, these meetings are led by Dr. Peter Colón, with Friends Of Israel.
topics covered vary, but the entire session is designed for the Jewish
individual interested in current events from a Scriptural perspective.
This is held in the fellowship hall, not the church building.
The sessions have two parts. The first hour is a presentation, usually
with visuals, that focuses on a current event or teaching. This is
followed by a coffee break where refreshments are served. The second
hour is question-and-answer time with Dr. Colón, and gives some
interaction with the presenter.